Saturday, March 21, 2015

The Best Romans Online Sunday School Lessons

Use these Sunday school lessons on Paul's letter to the Romans to help inspire and guide your lesson planning! God bless!




Romans Online Sunday School Lessons
  • One at a Time - Romans 1:16 - Use this object lesson and story to teach children to share Jesus' love with others.
  • The Lawful Use of the Law – Romans 3:9-21 – Use this full lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children what God says about the Old Testament law today.
  • We All Make Mistakes - Romans 3:23 - This object lesson uses an assortment of pencils to teach children that while they make mistakes, God can erase those mistakes.
  • Riding a Bike - Romans 3:23 - Use this object lesson by Jack Melton to teach children that they can always get back up and keep walking after God even if they've made a mistake.
  • The Weight of Sin – Romans 3:23 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses balloons and rocks to teach children what the weight of sin is like.
  • Which are You? Sunday School Lesson - Romans 5:3-5 - This object lesson by Danelle Willer uses food and hot water to teach children about praising God in our trials.
  • Making Pearls - Romans 5:3-5 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God can use our pains and trials to make something beautiful.
  • Cranberry Sauce - Romans 5:3-5 - This object lesson by Marianne Grano uses cranberry sauce to teach children that someday they will appreciate the difficulties they now face.
  • God's Big Love – Romans 5:5 – Use these object lessons by Mimi Bullock to teach children how great God's love for them is.
  • He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not! - Romans 5:8 - Use this object lesson to teach children about God's unchanging love.
  • What is Love? - Romans 5:7-8 - This object lesson uses a large heart-shaped object to teach children what true love looks like.
  • A Picture Tells a Story - Romans 6:4 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the meaning of baptism.
  • Bottle of Sanctification – Romans 6:22 – Use this object lesson by Amy Brown to teach children about sanctification in the lives of Christians.
  • Twister and Sin - Romans 6:23 - This variation of the Twister game by Mimi Bullock teaches children to avoid sin at all costs!
  • The Wages of Sin – Romans 6:23 – Use this full lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children the seriousness and consequences of sin without Christ.
  • Why Do People Die? - Romans 6:23 – This complete lesson plan from TruthforChildren teaches children that death is a direct consequence of sin, and that we need God's gift of true life.
  • God Has No Grandchildren - Romans 8:16 - This lesson by Renee Gorby teaches children that we are all children of God - no grandchildren or great-grandchildren!
  • How Does Your Garden Grow? - Romans 8:25, Philippians 4:6 - Use this lesson to teach children about patiently waiting for God to do his work.
  • The Sovereignty of God – Romans 8:28 – This complete lesson plan from TruthforChildren teaches children that everything is under the absolute control of God.
  • Stone Soup Sunday School Lesson - Romans 8:28-29 - Use this story and lesson by Selina Tiesler to teach children that God wants us all to work together for his glory.
  • Like a Moth in a Flame – Romans 9:16 – Use this full lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children what salvation is and why Christ has to be the one to do it.
  • The Potter and the Clay - Romans 9:21 - This object lesson by Melanie Mays and Michael Napier teaches children that we are the work of God's hands.
  • Potter's Clay Chocolate - Romans 9:21 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children that Christ molds us like we can mold melted chocolate.
  • Gospel Shoes - Romans 10:15 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses old shoes to teach children about going to the ends of the earth to proclaim God's gospel.
  • Duckville - Romans 10:17-18 - Use this object lesson by Mike Butler to teach children the importance of listening to God.
  • Everyone Needs Tuning - Romans 12:2 - This object lesson by Laura Young uses a radio with an analog tuner to teach children that we need to tune ourselves to God so he can use us.
  • Crayon - Romans 12:6 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the different gifts God gives us.
  • Colorful Candy - Romans 12:6 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses candy to teach children that we each have a different gift from God.
  • Learning From a Flock of Geese - Romans 12:6-8 - Use this object lesson by Geoff Wilson to teach children about using our gifts to help others.
  • Kids Pursuing Peace – Romans 12:18-19, other passages – This full lesson plan by Amy Brown teaches children that God wants us to live in peace with others.
  • Building Bridges - Romans 13:10 - This object lesson uses sticks and construction items to teach children about living together happily in harmony.
  • The Snooze Alarm - Romans 13:11 - Use this object lesson to teach children about ultimate salvation, and the continual reminders that God sends us.
  • Cell Phone - Romans 15:13 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock help elucidate the verse for children.

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